This is what the ADA says: While some study results indicate the use of a mouth rinse can be as effective as flossing for reducing plaque between the teeth, the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends brushing twice a day and cleaning between the teeth with floss or interdental cleaners once each day to remove plaque from all tooth surfaces. Plaque is responsible for both tooth decay and gum disease. Regarding the studies, the authors concluded that in patients with mild to moderate gingivitis (early gum disease), rinsing twice a day with the antiseptic mouth rinse was as effective as flossing for reducing plaque and gingivitis between the teeth. The studies did not examine whether the mouth rinse had the same effect as floss on reducing tooth decay or periodontitis (advanced gum disease).
It is recommended that mouthwash be used after brushing your teeth.
Well, not really. I brush my teeth with Biotene Mouthwash, the i wash my mouth with Act Anticavity Mouthwash. Hope this helps! :)
brush your teeth! brush your teeth! and floss! dont forget to floss! and rinse with mouthwash! dont forget the mouthwash! and how about that toothpaste! make sure you brush after EVERY MEAL!
making them cleaner
Usually after. You brush your teeth to get rid of the things that your brush can reach, and then mouthwash to get to smaller crevices and to freshen your breath.
Mouthwash is a good addition to brushing teeth for dental health. The mouthwash soaks the mouth and goes in between teeth, killing some bacteria the toothbrush missed.
Depends what your teeth are like.
mouthwash is used to wash mouth to protect from germs or bacteria, fresh breathing and for care of your teeth.
If you brush your teeth once in a day and use mouthwash at night, your teeth will be really good when you get your braces off.
No, it is normal to brush your teeth twice a day then floss, followed by rinsing your mouth with mouthwash. It will not cause wear on the enamel.
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Brush your teeth or mouthwash buddy
To get the bacteria out.
There are many advantages to using mouthwash. For instance, mouthwash helps to protect teeth and gums against gingivitis. Additionally, mouth wash gives a person fresh breath. If the mouthwash contains an anti-septic, then it also kills harmful bacteria in the mouth.
I do not believe mouthwash can physically do harm to you teeth if used properly. Overuse of certain types of mouthwash can be irritating to your gums and certain dyes used may stain your teeth with overuse. If used too frequently, anti-bacterial mouthwashes could also destroy the good bacteria in your mouth that are responsible for keeping it healthy. But as far as physical, direct tooth damage, no.
It would not be advised to rinse your mouth after using mouthwash. It depends largely, however, on the actual mouthwash. With mouthwash that only blitzes bacteria, it wouldn't make much difference if you wash it out or not, though for all intents and purposes, you shouldn't because you should want to retain the breath-freshening properties it holds. If the mouthwash is also one that re-mineralises the enamel, rinsing certainly would not be advisable because you should want to retain the chemicals on your teeth so that they can restore your teeth to good health. If, however, you experience your mouth drying up or your breath smelling (bad), you should consider rinsing, or stopping using altogether. Always brush you teeth no matter what as this is a very effective way, especially if used in conjunction with mouthwash, to clean your teeth. However, unless you are experiencing problems with the mouthwash, don't rinse.
Because they really haven't created anything else to clean your teeth besides mouthwash
crest 3D white mouthwash works good for me !
Brush your teeth, eat mints, use mouthwash etc.
Floss, brush your teeth four times a day (in the morning, after breakfast, after lunch, at bed.) Wash with mouthwash, and brush behind teeth.
They go green and then fall out! Or sometimes they go black. It is ESSENTIAL that you brush your teeth thoroughly 2 times a day and with mouthwash.
no brush your teeth alot and gargle with mouthwash
Brush, floss, and use mouthwash regularly. You can also try whitening products.
it is as an anti bacterial & dis disinfectant which can help you to have clean teeth